Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon Christian 62, Lummi 23

BELLINGHAM — Mount Vernon Christian’s Jacqueline Case knocked down four 3-pointers and finished with 20 points to help lead the Hurricanes to a nonleague win over Lummi.

At Lummi H.S.

Mount Vernon Christian15211016—62

Lummi33116—23

Mount Vernon Christian—Natalie Sakuma 13, Kimber-Lynn Anderson 6, Amanda Lervick 2, Molli Kaptein 3, Jacqueline Case 20, Melyssa Whitener 2, Grace Kuipers 4, Kennedy Lucas 4, Ottey Weidenbach 0, Jenna Withers 2, Madeline Crain, Ashley VanCamp, Hannah Camacho 1, Lindsay Noste 5. Lummi—B. James 0, D. James 18, Wilson 2, Wall 0, T. James 0, Solomon 0, Edwards 1. 3-point goals—Case 4, D. James 4. Records—Mount Vernon Christian 4-2 overall. Lummi 0-2.

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